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Monday , August 8 , 2016
 
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Tough tactics to tame Valley violence

The Centre plans no political outreach to dissolve the violent clot in Kashmir. It prefers, instead, for the Mehbooba Mufti government to keep up the security heat to subdue the Valley-wide upsurge.   | Read..
 

Anandiben loyalists replaced

Vijay Rupani took oath as Gujarat chief minister today at the head of a 25-member ministry that featured nine new faces, many of them replacing loyalists of his predecessor...   | Read..
 

Daya lobs poll dare at Maya

Expelled BJP leader Dayashankar Singh today repeated his charge that Mayawati "sold" election tickets and dared her to take on his wife in the Uttar Pradesh polls...   | Read..
 

Modi's bovine badshahs divide historians

Historians were divided today on Prime Minister Narendra Modi's statement that Hindu kings used to lose battles because Muslim rulers "cunningly placed cows at the...   | Read..
 

Kerala split

The Congress-led United Democratic Front in Kerala got a jolt today after Kerala Congress (M), led by K.M. Mani, called off the three decade-old alliance, reports our...   | Read..
 

Attack on RSS leader

A senior RSS leader was shot at in Punjab's Jalandhar last night, prompting the Parkash Singh Badal government to form a special investigation team on a prod from ally BJP.   | Read..
 

Bhog row over midday meal

Madarsas in Ujjain are refusing to accept the midday-meal fare supplied to them, citing religious grounds.   | Read..
 

Delhi spat

The Centre has filed a caveat in the Supreme Court stating that it should be heard when the dispute over the Union territory status of Delhi is heard.   | Read..
 
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